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Milwaukee Multi-Tip Screwdriver Kit: 13-in-1 Screwdriver + 11-in-1 Screwdriver

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Home Depot has Milwaukee Multi-Tip Screwdriver Kit: 13-in-1 Screwdriver + 11-in-1 Screwdriver on sale for $14.97. Shipping is free or choose curbside pickup where stock permits.

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Includes:
  • 13-in-1 Multi-Tip Cushion Grip Screwdriver (48-22-2880)
    • 8 unique driver bits - P1, P2, SL 3/16, SL, SQ1, SQ2, ECX1, ECX2 and 4 unique nut drivers - 5/16", 3/8", 1/2"
  • 11-in-1 Multi-Tip Screwdriver with Square Drive Bits (48-22-2761)
    • Philips #1, Philips #2, slotted 3/16", slotted 1/4", square #1, square #2, Torx #10, Torx #15, 1/4" nut driver, 5/16" nut driver, 3/8" nut driver, loop maker

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    • This offer is $13.03 lower (47% savings) than the list price of $28.
    • Limit 5 per order
  • About this product:
    • Limited Lifetime Warranty (details)
    • Rating of 94% from 138 Home Depot customer reviews.
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The Milwaukee 13-in-1 Cushion Grip Screwdriver features 13 unique functions, ultimately reducing the number of tools a user must carry. The 13-in-1 screwdriver includes the 8 bits and 4 nut drivers most requested by professionals. The bit prevents bit wear from hardened screws and extends bit life when fastening specialty screws found in electrical boxes, conduit couplers, outlets and other common job site fixtures. The tri-material cushion grip handle offers best-in-class durability and will not peel. Covered by Milwaukee's limited lifetime warranty.

https://www.homedepot.com/p/Milwa.../313470317
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You can never have enough screwdrivers?
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You can always magnetize the bits with something like this:

https://smile.amazon.com/Demagnet...B093W8LY3R
Too bad not magnetic tip.

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Too bad not magnetic tip.
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Too bad not magnetic tip.
You can always magnetize the bits with something like this:

https://smile.amazon.com/Demagnet...B093W8LY3R
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You can always magnetize the bits with something like this:

https://smile.amazon.com/Demagnet...B093W8LY3R [amazon.com]
I've seen those, just wondering how long it last between re-magnetizing.
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wish they have metric hex instead - anyone know of one ?
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i like the Klein Tools version better, and it's Made in USA
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Thanks, will make a nice Christmas stocking stuffer.
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I've seen those, just wondering how long it last between re-magnetizing.
I think it's meant to be used connected. It's really difficult to magnetize something for a long period of time.
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Wish I would have purchased this set rather than the 2 pack of Milwaukee ratcheting screwdrivers on sale again. I am not impressed with the ratcheting set (one is a stubby) Oh well.
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thanks snagged one
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thanks op. good deal. just bought one
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i like the Klein Tools version better, and it's Made in USA
Link?
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I've seen those, just wondering how long it last between re-magnetizing.
If the screwdriver is decent steel, pretty much permanently. To demagnetize, you need to use the demagnetizing part of the magnetizer if it has one, or hit it on something very hard.
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